New FOX Sports College Football Pregame Show is Live on Location for First Time this Season

NEW YORK – The full cast of BIG NOON KICKOFF, FOX Sports’ new college football pregame show, hits the road for the first time this season, heading to Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum Friday evening for No. 10 Utah at USC on FS1.

Host Rob Stone and analysts Brady Quinn, Reggie Bush, Matt Leinart and Urban Meyer present a one-hour pregame show, plus halftime and post-game coverage, from the field beginning at 8:00 PM ET. Play-by-play announcer Joe Davis, analyst Brock Huard and reporter Bruce Feldman call the action once the Trojans and Utes kick off at 9:00 PM ET.

Friday’s pregame show also includes a piece on Alex Llauro, an honorary member of the USC Trojans. An eighth grader, Llauro was diagnosed with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy in 2011 and became an honorary Trojan over the summer. Also on Friday’s pregame show, Quinn returns to the Notre Dame campus to talk with quarterback Ian Book and head coach Brian Kelly in advance of the Fighting Irish’s matchup vs. Georgia over the weekend.


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